Origami JP “Idea“- I can’t get enough of this track and artist. From Tokyo, Japan, averaging age of 19, and changing music their genres from shoegaze to newer material focusing on math rock. This song is all instrumental and is beautifully constructed, from the complexity of math rock, the lightness of shoegazing guitar techniques, and wrapping up with an alternative rock sound. Definitely and artist to look out for with future material.
Jamimasen “Sink Float Dishwasher“- From the record label Detached Audio, comes Jamimasen, and their album Discount Beverages(2015), released about a week ago. This song is a combination of chill-wave, and ambience, while providing experimental blend of audible sounds with a steady drum beat and a funky bass.
Arms and Sleepers “I Sing the Body Electric(instrumental)” – Instrumental album released today from various of songs and artists from 2007-2008. This song is beautiful, smooth, and embodies small pockets of hip-hop in-between the electronic and chill waves.
Arsonists of Jerusalem “7’9” – While I am highly confused and concerned about the name, this band is great, and so is this song. Instrumental, electronic, and experimental fused band from Rīga, Latvia, brings us “7’9” which is an amazing instrumental track with climatic builds coming in a little under 8 minutes.
Adam Snow “Meghan’s Theme” – This wasn’t released this week, this is just a smooth ass track that needs to be heard. Adam Snow comes from Washington, DC, and Snow is one talented young man. A producer, DJ, and even a video director under his belt. I mentioned “Amelia’s Theme,” months ago, and Snow returned with another track that holds the same amount of care and craft as that last track. Never disappointing, “Meghan’s Theme,” provides the best of electronic, smoothness and rhythm from hip-hop, and soft lulling voices to make this track complete. Stay tuned for a future interview with Snow and myself in the future.